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Old 04-10-2009, 05:17 PM   #11
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Ambers are one of my favorites, so I'm definitely looking at creating a house amber. This might be good to go off of. I'm getting into partial mash, so maybe I'll have a go at partial mashing this recipe in a month or so once I've stopped traveling so much.

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Old 04-11-2009, 05:52 PM   #12
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Why does the AG version only have 1oz 60min Cascade while the extract version has 1oz 60min and 1oz 30min Cascade for essentially the same results?
Hop utilization is different for full vs partial boils. (post #1)

2 gallons vs 6 galllons
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Old 07-01-2009, 12:21 AM   #13
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If you love cascade hops this is an awesome recipe. I wish I made more.

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What reciped did you make extract or AG (25 or 35 IBU)?

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Old 07-02-2009, 07:30 PM   #15
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Not positive but I think it was the 35 IBU AG recipe but without the dryhopping. I remember 3 different hop additions.

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Old 10-05-2009, 07:44 PM   #16
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I'm looking to get away from extract and I wanted to try something partial mash or simple AG. I was thinking of giving this recipe a try. It looks nice and simple and single step mash so I think I'll be able to do it with the sock method on the stove.

Also I'm brewing 2.5g batches. I figured after I got it into the Beersmtih I could have it halve the recipe.

You guys see any problem with this? Any tips for a newbie

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I'm looking to get away from extract and I wanted to try something partial mash or simple AG. I was thinking of giving this recipe a try. It looks nice and simple and single step mash so I think I'll be able to do it with the sock method on the stove.

Also I'm brewing 2.5g batches. I figured after I got it into the Beersmtih I could have it halve the recipe.

You guys see any problem with this? Any tips for a newbie

I think you be ok by halfing it, just make sure your hops get you the same IBU, tweak the hop amounts to make it work. Check your AAU's to dial them in and you'll be good to go.

You will kick yourself for not making 5 gallons. Its that good!
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Just brewed up the extract version of this recipe. Used Munton's amber DME, 1/2 lb Carlson's malto dextrin, and White Labs WLP001 California Ale yeast. I also added in some Irish Moss at 15 minutes to help clarify it. OG came in at 1.068.

Sat in the primary for about 6 days, just racked it over the to secondary on January 2nd. I'll probably leave it in the secondary for 2 weeks or so, kegging on the 16th. I'll let you know the result!

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I'll let you know the result!
Well.... Have you tasted it yet???
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Well.... Have you tasted it yet???
not directed at me but i did a 1.5 gallon AG test batch of this and it is glorious!!!!! have a 10 gallon batch planned very soon!
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